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Covid19 | Fall 2021

During the autumn semester of 2021, our teaching will be conducted using both adapted campus-based forms and digital tools (online). The Department follow the Faculty of Social Sciences' guidelines on Covid19. On these pages you will also find direct related information on how the Department handle Covid19, but also how Lund University as a whole handle Covid19.

Education at Lund University may be conducted using both digital tools (online) and in adapted campus-based forms during fall semester of 2021. In such activities, consideration is to be given to university-wide decisions and to the Swedish Public Health Agency’s rules, general guidelines and recommendations for a reduced spread of infection of Covid-19. Implementation is to be preceded by risk assessment concerning the risk of spreading infection.

If campus-based teaching is not possible, due to the layout of the premises or other limiting factors, teaching is to be conducted using digital tools (online).

Parts of the programs and freestanding courses at the Department of Strategic Communication will be conducted during the autumn term 2021 with the help of digital tools (online). Teaching that includes practical, laboratory or aesthetic elements, as well as study trips, seminars and teaching sessions in small groups, may be conducted on campus, but in adapted forms.
Education both online and at campus.

Hence, it will not be possible to conduct all the Department's scheduled teaching components on campus. New students, along with international students (both degree students and incoming exchange students) are to be prioritised when it comes to campus-based teaching forms.